No-one should forget what happened, ever.
This museum was poorly laid out, we went the wrong way round to begin with and many of the artifacts had been replaced with photos. Some of the sections were missing, we went from 200 on the audio tour to 500 and could not find 300 or 400.
The background information to the war and the fate of the peoples in the camps was quite comprehensive, the only thing that felt as if it was missing was the sheer numbers involved. It was almost shown as a 'cottage industry' rather than the 24/7 industrial murder machine.
This is worth visiting as a first exposure to the facts of the holocaust, but other places give a better sense of the enormity of the crimes.
If you own or manage Dallas Holocaust Museum, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.